FBiH Railways expands offer to Croatian sea-side towns

FBiH Railways expands offer to Croatian sea-side towns

FBiH Railways expands offer to Croatian sea-side towns Izvor: N1

The Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina entity's railway company, FBiH Railways, said, Friday, they are expanding the Sarajevo-Capljina-Sarajevo railway line by connecting it to Autoherc's bus line for the Southern-Bosnian town of Neum, and Croatian sea-side towns of Makarska and Split.

The expanded connection with Croatian sea-side towns will last from June 15 to August 31.

Passengers of the FBiH Railway's fast trains will head off from Sarajevo at 7:15 am, and the return train from Capljina will set off at 7:25 pm. Once they arrive in Capljina, passengers will take the buss to their final destination.

This comes as good news after she largest Greek air carrier, Aegean Airlines said, Thursday, they established a direct flight between Sarajevo and Athens thus boosting tourism cooperation between Bosnia and Greece.

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